A British taxi driver was sentenced to a minimum of 38 years in prison Friday for making a roadside bomb that killed a U.S. soldier in Iraq, NBC News reported. Anis Abid Sardar, 38, was convicted of murder after his fingerprints were found on two bombs, including the one that killed Sgt. Randy Johnson in September 2007. Sardar was sentenced to life in prison with a minimum sentence of 38 years, according to NBC News' British partner ITV News. He was convicted of two counts of murder and conspiracy to murder a day earlier.